Free Press Journal
  • Bury the hatchet, HC advice to Smriti, Nirupam

    New Delhi : Delhi High Court has advised Union Human Resource Development minister Smriti Irani and Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam to reach a compromise with regard to the defamation cases they have filed against each other and referred the matter for mediation.

  • Security beefed up ahead of I-Day

    Ujjain : Ahead of the Independence Day, several police nakas were set up at various strategic places in the city on Thursday since early morning. The in-charge of every police station across the city also conducted a surprise checking and took stock of the nakas.

  • Don’t enslave great men in caste cage: RSS chief

    New Delhi : RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday asked the people to change their perspective towards great men and said such people cannot be enslaved in cages of caste or ideology and it is not easy to appropriate their legacy.

  • Uber rape accused gets Supreme Court rap for ‘insulting’ victim

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday said that if the accused in Delhi Uber cab rape case was allowed to have his way of “recalling and re-examining” the witnesses, then it would be “impossible to complete a trial and punish an accused”.

  • Digvijay writes to CBI director

    New Delhi : Congress leader Digvijay Singh has written to the CBI director and shared crucial facts on the Vyapam scam, while pointing out that the report of the ‘Truth Lab’ was not considered by the central agency for investigation.

  • P.V. Sindhu slays Chinese dragon

    Jakarta :  Two-time bronze-winner P.V. Sindhu stayed on course for another medal after a stunning display while Saina Nehwal and doubles combine of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa also put themselves in line for a podium finish in the World Badminton Championship on Thursday.

  • Desi student loses FB internship for pointing out flaws!

    New York : An Indian-origin Harvard student’s internship at Facebook was cancelled after he developed an app that pointed out the privacy flaws in the popular social media’s messenger service, a media report has said.

  • Ronaldo, Messi & Suarez for top European award

    Nyon (Switzerland) :  Argentine star Lionel Messi, Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez of Uruguay were named the three finalists nominated for the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award of the 2014-2015 season, to be announced on August 27.

  • India outplay Spain, clinch hockey series

    Terrassa (Spain) :  Forward Ramandeep Singh struck twice in the 50th minute as India defeated Spain 4-2 in the third and final match to clinch the hockey series 2-1 on Thursday.

  • Pedro’s future in his hands: Barca coach

    Barcelona :  Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique on Thursday said winger Pedro Rodriguez’ future is in his own hands as Manchester United remains keen in roping in the Spanish international.

  • Saweety settles for silver in Asian Women’s Boxing

    New Delhi :  India’s Saweety Boora settled for a silver medal as she lost her light heavyweight (81 kg) category final bout against home China’s Yang Xiaoli in the Asian Women’s Boxing Championships in Wulanchabu, China on Thursday.

  • Leander Paes returns to India’s Davis Cup team

    New Delhi :  After much speculation, it was confirmed on Thursday that tennis ace Leander Paes will be back for India’s Davis Cup World Group Play-off against three-time champions and top seeds Czech Republic on the outdoor hard courts of the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association (DLTA) from September 18 to 20.

  • Pakistan awards death penalty to six for Peshawar attack

    Islamabad : Six militants involved in the brutal massacre of over 150 people, mostly school children, at a military-run school in Peshawar have been sentenced to death while one has been handed down life imprisonment by military courts, the Pakistan army announced.

  • Indian shooters falter at the WC

    Gabala (Azerbaijan): Indian shooters performed disappointingly at ISSF World Cup on Thursday, with the men’s 10 metre Air Pistol team and the women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions squad failing to qualify for the finals of their respective events.